Injury to Bone, Muscle and Joint

Musculo-skeletal injury describes a myriad of injuries to muscles, joints and their supporting structures and physiotherapy has much to offer in the first 48 hours following an injury. Patients most frequently present for physiotherapy with pains, aches or stiffness which interferes with normal life. We help resolve this pain by a combination of manual and exercise therapy.

Back Pain & Sciatica

Most people experience lower back pain at some stage in their lives and in some cases the back strain leads to pressure on a nerve which causes the pain to spread into the buttock and leg. This is known as sciatica. We can identify and treat the cause of your pain and offer advice on preventing it from happening again.

Sports Injuries

At Sandymount Sports Injury and Physiotherapy Clinic in South Dublin we treat all sports people from the weekend warrior to the more serious athlete.

Neck and Arm Pain

Neck strain can cause pain in the muscles of the neck itself and also cause pain to spread into the shoulders and even the arms. We will do a thorough assessment and examination to identify your problem and choose the best treatment.

Foot Problems and Orthotics

Our feet and their alignment with the ground can be a source or pain and misery. Our feet can also contribute to metatarsalgia, ankle aching, shin-splints, knee, hip and even lower back pain. However, much can be done to relieve foot pain.Treatment is likely to include stretching and strengthening exercise in combination with footwear advice and or the provision of Orthotics. 

Occupational Injury

back and neck Injuries. Poor sitting posture at your desk leads to strain on the ligaments and neck and lower back muscles and can cause local, shoulder or arm muscle pain, Back and neck injury at work can also occur from lifting incorrectly and even in these cases, poor posture is frequently a contributory factor in the injury. We can treat these problems and provide posture advice to avoid repeat injury.

Womens Health

Womens health issues which may include pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy and post partum can be helped by physiotherapy at Sandymount Physiotherapy Clinic.

Healthy Bones

Physiotherapists at Sandymount Physiotherapy can provide tailor made programmes to maintain or improve bone density.


Sandymount Physiotherapy Clinic offers one to one Pilates sessions and Pilates classes. All classes are taught by Chartered Physiotherapists.

General Medical Conditions

Sandymount Physiotherapy Clinic provides treatment for acute respiratory disorders. and for conditions such as COPD and Emphysema.

Tele Health / Home Visit

If you can’t come to the clinic we can provide a comprehensive assessment by phone or zoom call.  Following the assessment, we can give you a personalised recovery program, including advice and exercises to get you back to full health.

Domiciliary visits to your home or to a relative in a nursing home may be provided by the Sandymount Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic within our locality. While in most instances the preference is for you to come to the clinic where the equipment and furniture are more suitable, we recognise that this is not always possible.

Balance and Falls Prevention

A natural consequence of ageing is that we lose tone and strength in our muscles, our tissues become less elastic and our balance deteriorates. Older people can be more susceptible to trips and falls. We provide exercises to improve balance by strengthening muscles, improving coordination and agility, helping to prevent falls.